Species Details

Crataegus castlegarensis

Castlegar hawthorne

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Photo of Crataegus castlegarensis
©2008 John Dittes
Photo of Crataegus castlegarensis
©2014 Sierra Pacific Industries
Photo of Crataegus castlegarensis
©2008 Sierra Pacific Industries
Scientific Name:
Crataegus castlegarensis Phipps & R. O'Keenan
Common Name:
Castlegar hawthorne
Family: Rosaceae
Element Code: PDROS0H9E0
USDA Plants Symbol: CRCA30
Synonyms/Other Names:
Lifeform: perennial deciduous shrub
Blooming Period: May-Jun(Jul)
0 - 1455 meters
0 - 4775 feet
General Habitat:
  • Riparian woodland (moist rocky loam)
General Micro Habitat:
Micro Habitat:
How rare is this species in CA? Need information on current status, rarity and threats. Possibly threatened by logging, grazing, and recreational activities. Not in TJM (1993). See Sida 20:121 (2002) for original description and Madrono 51:395 (2004) for information on first report in California. Apparently widespread outside of CA where it is known from WA, OR, MT, ID, UT, WY, British Columbia and Alberta. Can be confused with C. douglasii and C. suksdorfii.
Total Occurrences: 0
Element Occurrence Ranks:
0 0 0 0 0 0
Occurrence Status:
Historical >20 Years 0
Recent <=20 Years 0
Presumed Extant 0
Possibly Extirpated 0
Presumed Extirpated 0
California Endemic:
California Island:
States: Name (Code)
California (CA), Idaho (ID), Montana (MT), Oregon (OR), Utah (UT), Washington (WA), Wyoming (WY)
California Counties and Islands: Name (Code)
Modoc (MOD), Plumas (PLU), Shasta (SHA)
Quads: Name (Quad Code)
Adin (4112028), Burney (4012186), Burney Falls (4112116), Burney Mtn. East (4012175), Burney Mtn. West (4012176), Cassel (4012185), Crank Mountain (4112142), Crescent Mills (4012018), Dana (4112115), Devils Rock (4012271), Donica Mtn. (4112132), Egg Lake (4112133), Fall River Mills (4112114), Oak Run (4012261)
Definitions of codes following a county and/or quad:
* Presumed extirpated
(?) Occurrence confirmed, but possibly extirpated
Quad and county data is imported from the CNDDB. Species may be present in other areas where conditions are favorable. These data should NOT be substituted for pre-project review or for on-site surveys.


Presumed Extant
Counties   Quads